HM, 18 Feb 2014I'm very disappointed that there's no radio!! I have the Galaxy Note N7000 (first one) and I m... moreRadio is useless without the wired headset, internet radio is the best.
Stick with your N7000 if you want the dangling headset wires while listening to radio.
I'm very disappointed that there's no radio!! I have the Galaxy Note N7000 (first one) and I mostly use the radio. So sad...
I really liked iPhones before but since i bought iPhone 5s it was good to me, then few weeks later my friend bought this phone it is amazing I am selling my new iphone to buy this phone
Tcool, 18 Feb 2014Don't ever come back here iTroll...Now that he's gone, check his Disqus profile. Riddled with anti-Samsung and anti-Android comments in the GSM Arena Blog. Very much an Apple advocate, claiming to be "neutral".
Abaddon-ISJ5, 18 Feb 2014No! He sounds for me like a salesman that's why I said it. Don't worry this is my last post he... moreCan't take the heat, get out of the kitchen. iPhone users can't contribute anything about Android on an Android page, that's what it is. You don't see me going to the iPhone 5, 5c and 5s pages. I already know they only do basic features and now copied stuff from Android.
one day after I purchased it, in fact after the first auto update of the apps (Play store), the remote control refused to work. Before that it was ok.
and... I will never ever upgrade it to kitkat, i have 4.3 :)
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2014"This is a phone, not a wallet." Yes, it is a phone. It can also act as WiFi hots... morenot really iPhone is really better than any other plateform ... the applications and everythings are just muuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuah ..... if you lose it better you put password on your phone,,, and find my iPhone gives a lot lolz
TheNeighbor, 18 Feb 2014You sound like a troll. No! He sounds for me like a salesman that's why I said it. Don't worry this is my last post here. Bye!
Abaddon-ISJ5, 18 Feb 2014But I was talking to mr. Tcool.Hahaha! You don't know anything.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2014Go away and enjoy your crappy iphones please.But I was talking to mr. Tcool.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2014"This is a phone, not a wallet."
Yes, it is a phone. It can also act as WiFi hots... moreOk fine if that's what you want.
Why not ask for a phone that can wash clothes, cook foods, and clean your room? LOL!
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2014Go away and enjoy your crappy iphones please.Abaddon can't help it. He needs validation for his iPhone 5c and other Apple products by coming on Android pages. Try listing dozens of things iOS can't do. He'll hate it.
Abaddon-ISJ5, 18 Feb 2014Sounds like a salesman.You sound like a troll.
Abaddon-ISJ5, 18 Feb 2014Sounds like a salesman.Go away and enjoy your crappy iphones please.
Tcool, 18 Feb 2014You mentioned "that the magnet affects the S Pen and might somehow damage it so I refrain... more"This is a phone, not a wallet."
Yes, it is a phone. It can also act as WiFi hotspot, as a TV remote... So why not a wallet?
"Disadvantage if you lost the phone, your important cards/ID will go with it and the risk, it will cost you more than the S-view cover amount, not to mention the inconvenience of replacing your lost ID's/cards."
I have lost cards before (fortunately need not to replace and simply got them back) but never my phone. So isn't it better to keep my cards with it to be assured I won't lose them again?
"Put your cash and card in your leather wallet. Phones are more prone to getting lost or stolen than your wallet."
Think about it this way. You put your PHONE down to get your WALLET out, then you put your WALLET back in your pocket/bag and take out the PHONE again. So yes, it IS more prone to getting stolen because you are focused on your WALLET and not your PHONE, unless of course you're the careful type or you can keep both items in hand at the same time.
"You mentioned 'that the magnet affects the S Pen and might somehow damage it so I refrained from getting a casing with magnets', don't you know that cards have magnetic strips?"
Get your credit card and hold the magnetic part near the screen, and try to write on the screen with the pen. Works? Yep. Next, get a flip cover with a magnetic clasp and try to write on the screen. Works? Depends on the position of the clasp (either on the front or back) and the magnet used. Before you say a "don't you know...?" rhetorical question, please know what you are asking. Magnets are used for different things and they have different strengths. So, a credit card or whatever card with a simple magnetic strip is not the same as a magnet found in a magnetic clasp. Do paper-clips stick to your credit card?
Going back to my original post, I asked if a snap-on case will chip off the metal sides of the phone if put on and off a few times. The second issue, I meant if someone else might have had experience their S Pen acting funny when inside that type of magnetic-clasped casing, they could share with us.
But thank you for your time.